Cape Coast: The Port Of Human Cargo

Cape Coast: The Port Of Human Cargo

This was the part of the trip that perhaps resonated most with me. Many have spoken about their experiences with coming to this place as painful and helping them to rediscover their history, and even President Obama said it was moving on his visit. But I was not ready for the way it would readjust … Continue reading

Besease: The Home Of Yaa Asantewaa

Besease: The Home Of Yaa Asantewaa

Staying in a small village in Ghana was a contrast to even living on a farm in the rural south, which I have done briefly. While it’s not huts or some silly idea that most people have about Africa, it does take a bit of getting used to especially for the technologically savvy generation. The … Continue reading

Kumasi: The Garden City

Kumasi: The Garden City

I think the realization of being in Africa has begun to set in. For our stay in Accra, it just seemed so much more like a sprawled out city that could be in the US that I didn’t really think of myself as being on a whole different continent. In many ways it reminded me of … Continue reading

Seminar In Ghana: My Study Abroad Trip

Seminar In Ghana: My Study Abroad Trip

  It has been a long time goal of mine to get out of the country and to see the world that we live in. In this age of globalization where technology and other forces bring many nations across the globe closer together, it is impossible to ignore the changes that are going on at … Continue reading